Ninth grade students were matriculated and officially welcomed to high school at The Grauer School in a special ceremony at the weekly assembly on Tuesday, October 1.
Grauer's Shockwave #3848 High School Robotics team represented The Grauer School at the Encinitas Oktoberfest event on Sunday, September 29, as an outreach event for their team.
Grauer's Senior class has been working on a collaborative project for their English and Government classes, where they were tasked with finding three people that inspire them and learning more about them and their career or cause.
Grauer's Math teachers frequently take their classes outdoors to incorporate fun activities into their math lessons, in concert with The Grauer School's focus on nature and ecostewardship.
Grauer 11th grade students in U.S. History class welcomed a panel of immigrants and immigration-related experts to supplement their unit on immigration. The firsthand accounts provided insight into the realities of immigration including the challenges faced and the social and economic benefits.
Grauer's 8th Grade English class has been working on a project based on The Global Goals for Sustainable Development at www.globalgoals.org. By interpreting these goals as local actions, Grauer students are doing their part to create a sustainable future.
Congratulations to Grauer Senior Sophie S. ’20 for being selected as a National Merit Semifinalist!
Claire Trageser, NPR investigative reporter, interviewed Grauer students about their feelings on climate change, as part of a larger news segment on environmental awareness.
Congratulations to Amanda C. '21 for competing in one national and two international kayak competitions, and each of these races is a different discipline within kayaking, requiring different types of boats, paddles, and skills.
The Grauer School's commitment to ecological stewardship mandates us not only to engage in sustainable practices on campus, but to procure goods and services that are sustainable... including Halloween Chocolate.